While visiting Helsinki for the first time this summer, we photographed a sign on a food stand at the market by the harbor. Could you please give us a…

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16.11.2009

While visiting Helsinki for the first time this summer, we photographed a sign on a food stand at the market by the harbor. Could you please give us a translation? Kiitos! The words on the sign are:

kahvia, lampimat, lihapiirakat and ja munkkipossut

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16.11.2009
Last updated
20.11.2009

The food stand at the Helsinki market place sells coffee, warm meat pies and donuts.

There are different kinds of ‘lihapiirakka’(meat pie) and ‘munkkipossu’(donut), so the pictures on the following sites show you the most typical forms they are sold in Finland.

munkkipossu or possumunkki
http://www.huovisenleipomo.fi/catalog/images/possumunkki.jpg
http://www.mumminpullapuoti.fi/img/kuvastot/58.jpg

lihapiirakka
http://www.primula.fi/uploads/pics/crop.Lihapiirakka_ryhmae.612x466.jpg
http://siwa.lahikauppa.fi/client-data/recipePictures/330_Lihapiirakka.g…

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